Facing Consequences: Considering Cancel Culture

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor, Kyle Kashuv, has been in the news. He’s facing consequences of prior bad acts.

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How Should Change Leadership and Common Good Intersect?

Change leadership and common good need a tight intersection. Both are about good ethics, dignity, and corporate citizenship.

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Is It Possible to Win at Work and Succeed at Life at the Same Time?

While it is possible to win at work and succeed at life at the same time, many of us sabotage ourselves and burn out instead.

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Is it Time to Reset the Rhythm of Your Life?

After monumental changes or during chaotic seasons, how do you Reset the rhythm of your life? Jeremy Chandler has a few suggestions.

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The Necessity and Challenge of Non-Downloadable Experiences

Our phones have forever changed the way we interact with the world. As we struggle to balance digital and analog experiences, Crafting Purposeful Gatherings is vitally important.

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The Modern Empathy Dilemma: Does Everyone Deserve It?

Research suggests a major empathy problem is brewing. Even if empathy is a buzzword losing meaning through overuse, empathy as a practice cannot be lost.

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How to Dismiss a Staff Member Appropriately

It’s not easy to let an employee go. But when you Dismiss a Staff Member appropriately, you will benefit your business and your team while avoiding regret.

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Relying on Data: Why It’s Terrifying and Necessary

Using data to set goals is terrifying, but necessary. Debbie Forster of Tech Talent Charter explains how they’re using data to diversify the tech community.

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More than One Way to Organize a Business

More than one way to organize a business exists yet many stay traditional. With an emphasis on employee and community engagement, time for a new model?

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Unfreeze Congruence for Better Team Performance

Unfreeze congruence for better team performance. It seems odd, yet congruence erodes team performance over time. Time to be incongruent!

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Considering a Leader’s Workplace Temperament

It’s likely Amy Klobuchar didn’t expect to focus on workplace temperament during her campaign, but this is a chance to consider what we need from our leaders.

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Why It’s Hard to Find a Mentor

While most like the idea of having a mentor, very few people actually have one. Why is it so hard to find a mentor? It doesn’t need to be a scary endeavor.

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